Biohazardous Waste Articles

  • Educational Incinerators: Managing waste

    Colleges, schools and universities with extensive science departments regularly generate large amounts of biohazardous waste. This type of waste must be managed in order to prevent contamination to local water supplies, and to prevent the spread of infection. However, aside from scientific waste, education institutions also produce organic waste from kitchens and a lot of 

  • Remote Islands - Medical Waste - Case Study

    Location: Pacific Ocean Clients: PacWaste / SPREP Waste Type: Medical & Hazardous waste Solution(s) Supplied: i8-M15, i8M-60, i8M-75

    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Measles and HIV Research Programmes - Case Study

    The Medical Research Council (MRC) has units based in Uganda and Gambia. These were the chosen countries to introduce a state of the art incinerators to help tackle the Measles and HIV outbreak that plagues millions of people. Client Overview The MRC’s focal point is medical science that will provide life changing improvement to the health systems in both the UK and in ...

  • Medical Waste - Empowering Change - Case Study

    Your biohazardous waste can create long term cost and serious environmental outcomes. Acute medical waste issues require immediate and accurate response to avoid spread of infection. Fact. The abundance of untreated medical waste quickly escalates into a threat to humanity and the Inciner8 medical product range provides a precise solution capable of dealing with a ...

    By Inciner8 Limited

  • 10 Pre-Incineration Tips for Medical Waste

    medical waste audit in correct PPE Here is a list of 10 useful tips for pre-processing of medical waste to get the best from your waste management process.

      Segregate wastes at the source to minimize the volume of actual ...

    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Inciner8’s medical waste solution in the Pacific

    The PacWaste project has now begun the installation and commissioning of a range of state-of-the-art healthcare waste incinerators in Kiribati, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. These 

  • Infectious Diseases and Ozone

    OZONE kills all known Virus & Pathogens.There is a lack of information on the proper handling and disposal of the medical waste associated with diseases like Ebola, which is a level 4 bio-hazard. The quantity of medical and biohazard waste that is generated during a outbreak in a hospital can increase five fold and during the treatment of Ebola patients and other highly contagious diseases, ...

  • Technology Innovation Leadership Award Biohazardous Waste Treatment North America, 2014

    Frost & Sullivan’s Global Research Platform Frost & Sullivan is in its 50th year in business with a global research organization of 1,800analysts and consultants who monitor more than 300 industries and 250,000 companies. The company’s research philosophy originates with the CEO’s360-Degree Perspective, which serves as the foundation of its TEAM Research ...

  • ES & E OZONATOR Publication Nov 2011

    Disposal of biohazardous material has long been a serious and costly problem for hospitals, clinics, research institutes, bio-industries, airports, ports and other generators of biohazardous and regulated medical waste. Until now, incineration, heat, steam or dangerous chemicals have been the only way to treat many of these wastes. Not only are these processes costly, but they leave a high carbon ...

  • Be prepared: It’s not just for boy scouts

    The Boy Scouts have a motto: “Be prepared.” Their founder, Robert Baden-Powell, was once asked: “Prepared for what?” His response: “Why, for any old thing.” So it is with the Boy Scouts, so it should be with the modern waste hauler in an era where “any old thing” can range from improperly discarded radioactive and biohazardous waste to signs of ...

    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Florida hospital complex goes green with recycling, biodegradable programs

    For Earth Day 2009, Rob Lester really had something special to celebrate. Just one year after launching a biodegradable project at Florida’s Ocala Regional Medical Center and West Marion Community Hospital, some 1.5 million Styrofoam cups, bowls and plates and plastic utensils are no longer being sent to the landfill. That program has proven so successful that the 200-bed medical center and its ...

  • Cleaning up by cleaning up

    Historically, some big businesses have made big messes. Greenhouse gas emissions, oil spills and unsafe water have become unsavoury but all-too-commonplace topics in the news and industry is beginning to sit up and take notice. Within the past couple of decades, businesses have been cropping up in Saskatchewan with the goal of cleaning up others’ messes - or simply keeping a mess from ...

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